If old-school texting, Snapchat, and Beme all got drunk one night and had a baby, it would probably be something like Livetext — quick, personal, and kind of fun.Less certain is whether it will ever come to feel essential.The video starts off using the front-facing camera, but you can switch to use the rear-facing camera by simply tapping on the screen.Unlike Snapchat's somewhat confusing live video feature, you don't have to keep your thumb pressed down on the screen to maintain the video connection.
When we first wrote about Livetext, the silent video feature seemed a little strange.
You then wait for your friend to join the video chat, upon which a bar appears at the top of the screen, informing you that the video is now live.
Typed messages on Livetext look pretty similar to the way they do on Snapchat — except instead of typing over a still image, you're typing (and emoji-ing) all over your friend's face.
Videos are captured at a smooth rate of 30 frames per second, and coupled with a built-in noise-canceling microphone, you are always assured of high-quality video playback and clear voice chats.
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Livetext is a live video chat app with a key difference: there's no audio.